Welcome to "Coaches Corner". This page is dedicated to all our coaches within the Rocky Hill Parks & Recreation Department, and provides information for those looking to coach.
About our Current Coaching Opportunities
Fall 2023 Recreational Youth Soccer (Now Accepting Applications!)
The program relies heavily on volunteer coaches. Whether you’re a former/ current soccer player, or have never played the sport before, we accept all coaches willing to dedicate some time to ensure our athletes have fun, safe and memorable experiences!
*UPDATED 7/6/2023: All volunteer coaches will receive a full household credit valued at 1-registered participant for each team coached at the end of the season providing they have fulfilled the commitment and are in good standing with our department!
(Ex. If you coach a Kickers Division Team, you will receive a one-time $75 household credit at the end of the season.)*
Winter 2023-24 Youth Basketball League (Now accepting applications!)
This program runs on the volunteerism of our coaches. No prior basketball experience is needed. Coaching is about more than knowing the game. The ability to teach age appropriate athletic skills and the value of a team is equally important as being aware of the needs of the children participating in sports. We accept all coaches willing to dedicate their time to give our youth a fun, safe and memorable experience. Volunteer coaches are needed for the Dunkers Basketball Clinic for grades 1-2 and the Youth Basketball League for grades 3-8.
Becoming a Coach as Easy as 1…2…3! (Application Process)
Step 1: Complete the DIGITAL “Recreation Sports Coaching Agreement” form through MyRec.
(Click Here for Youth Fall Soccer 2023 Coaching Agreement)
(Click Here for Youth Recreational Basketball 2023-2024 Coaching Agreement)
Step 2: Print & complete the “Town of Rocky Hill Department of Human Resources General Authorization/ Release” form. (Click Here)
Step 3: Complete CHRO online Sexual Harassment Training and obtain copy of certificate of completion at end of course- automated. (Click Here)
Per recently passed legislation, all Town staff (including part-time and seasonal employees, and volunteers) must complete an approved sexual harassment prevention training course via The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities. This is a 2 hour online training. Note: Once you have successfully completed the training and submitted your certificate of completion, your certification is valid for 10 years.
Your Coach's Agreement/Application (step 1) will auto-submit once completed. The General Authorization/Release (step 2) and Certificate of Completion for the CHRO online sexual harassment training (step 3) must be submitted directly to the Parks & Recreation Department.